Dad Shames Mom the Entire Time She’s Giving Birth for ‘Embarrassing’ Him Doing It ‘Wrong’

A concerned mom has taken to Reddit to explain how her partner shamed her throughout her entire labor for “embarrassing him” and for “doing it wrong.”

Now, this is the perfect example of an unsupportive and careless partner…

Welcoming a child into the world is an amazing experience.

The whole thing is magical, and it is something that truly releases the inner warriors in women after the grueling 9 months of pregnancy.

The labor isn’t so magical, however…

The labor of childbirth is known for being one of the most painful things that the human body can experience.

A combination of intense muscle tightening, abdomen cramps, pain in the torso and pelvic area, back pain, contractions from the uterus, and, eventually, pushing a baby out of the vagina, it’s certainly no walk in the park.

Labor is different for every woman…

Despite the fact that labor is pretty much guaranteed to be painful, it varies slightly for every woman; no labor is the same.

This can depend on the woman’s genetics, her tolerance to pain, body type, and even the size of the baby.

And not only is labor physically exhausting…

It’s also emotionally exhausting.

Pregnancy and labor are one of the most traumatic things a woman can endure…

And their birthing partners need to be there to support them as they go through these painful physical and emotional changes.

Partners will see their pregnant other halves in their most distressing conditions…

And it is up to them to make them feel better and encourage them – which will ultimately result in an emotionally healthy delivery.

Well, it seems that not all new moms are lucky enough to have supportive partners…

Because one woman took to Reddit recently to share her birthing experience… and it didn’t sound pretty.

The anonymous woman revealed that she and her partner of 1 year were both twenty-years-old…

And when she recently gave birth to their son, she was shocked over her partner’s behavior.

She decided to seek some advice online.

Taking to Reddit, she said:

“We have been in a relationship for 1 year and we had a baby boy last week. I had a natural birth and my bf was there throughout the whole process.”

It turns out that her boyfriend didn’t exactly have sympathy for her when she was in labor…

“I screamed A LOT and each time I did he whispered something like ‘can you stop screaming, you’re really embarrassing me’.”

Things then got even worse…

“I also threw up a few times and I saw him cover his face in shame. When I held the midwife’s hand for comfort he whispered ‘let go of her, stop being so embarrassing’.”

And then…

“He also said that my birthing position was embarrassing and called me a few vulgar names.”

The poor woman finished her thread by saying:

“I’m really upset about his behavior that day, especially when it was when I needed his support the most. When I try to talk to him about it he denies ever saying it and that I’m being silly.”

Naturally, people were disgusted.

How on earth did this young man feel it was acceptable to speak to his girlfriend like this? And especially when she was in labor?

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